The 10 Best Towns To Live In Maryland For 2018
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The 10 Best Towns To Live In Maryland For 2018
Where are the best Towns to live in the state of Maryland?
To the untrained eye they are the places that have awesome economies. They’re the places in Old Line State where people have the best jobs, residents are all above average, and the sun shines the most.
However, we don’t trust the untrained eye and instead look to data to understand the best places to call home in Maryland.
There might be some surprises on this list, but when you look at the unbiased data, it’s hard to argue against.
After analyzing 37 places in Maryland, we came up with this list of the best places:
1 - Hampstead.
2 - Rockville.
3 - Bowie.
4 - Poolesville.
5 - Walkersville.
6 - Mount Airy.
7 - La Plata.
8 - Thurmont.
9 - Cheverly.
10 - Takoma Park.
If you’re looking for something more national, check out the best states in America or the best places to live in America.
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With twenty-seven miles of designated wild and scenic river, this park in the northeast corner of North Carolina has everything a hiker, paddler, or camper could want.
Waterfalls of the Smokies - Great Smoky Mountains
This is a video shows the many Waterfalls of the Great Smoky Mountains. Those that are alongside the roadways and those that are reached by hiking trips.
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Baskins Creek Fall
Rainbow Falls Cave
Spruce Flats Falls
Mouse Creek Falls
Chasteen Creek Cascade
Misc cascade on Noland Creek near Fontana Lake
Tom Branch Falls
Indian Creek Falls
Juney Whank Falls
various waterfalls and cascades along Road Prong Trail
Little Creek Falls
Huskey Branch Falls
Hen Wallow Falls
Hazel Creek Cascades
Sweat Heifer Creek Cascades
Indian Flats Falls
Gunter Fork Cascades
Gunter Fork Falls
Upper Forney Creek Cascades
Upper Meigs Falls
Crooked Arm Cascades
Jakes Creek Falls
Fern Branch Falls
various waterfalls and cascades along Rhododendron Creek
Town of Marshall, North Carolina
Short video of the town of Marshall in Madison county North Carolina.
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Backpacking to Laurel Gap Shelter
Beech Gap trail is a real Son of Beech, but once at the top it's not so bad getting to Laurel Gap Shelter. The shelter is one of the nicest shelters in the Smokies IMO.
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Beech Gap 00:00
Balsam Mountain 04:49
Gunter Fork 10:46
A couple of us dropped our pack here on the bear cables and slack packed up to Balsam Mountain Trail to the AT where we stopped for a break at Tri-Corner Knob shelter for water and snacks.
Once back at Laurel Gap shelter we meet up with Bill cooked dinner and fellowshipped with glasses of wine until bed time.
The next day we all had our breakfast and packed up and headed out for Gunter Fork Trail. This is a trail that has been labeled as the most dangerous trail in the Smokies. There were very few views. the trail maintenance group had been clearing back the limbs and undergrowth so thank you!!!
I had no idea that there was even a cascades or even a waterfall on this trail. so that was a pleasant surprise. I believe the brown books says that there are 7 water crossings. i may have counted some that wasn't really a creek that the book counted. the very last crossing is Big Creek. This is where Lisa decided to jump in head first into this small pool of deeper water. after that refreshing moment we continued on down the trail passing Mouse Creek Falls and Midnight Hole. This is where Lisa and I stopped off for a jump into the cold refreshing cold waters of Big Creek.
Thank you Scott for picking us up and driving us back to our car at the Beech Gap Trailhead..
Thank you Bill for meeting us at Laurel Gap shelter and hiking out with us.
Thank you Lisa for planning and coordinating the overnight permits.
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The State Of West Virginia, USA - Unravel Travel TV
The scenic rural state of West Virginia with its abundance of natural resources provides a perfect backdrop for a true American adventure holiday. Driving tours lead to quaint B&Bs and renowned warm hospitality, breathtaking landscapes carve routes for mountain biking, motorbike journeys and RVs exploring state parks. The camouflaged tracks of the many hiking trails and fishing areas display the natural beauty while championship golf courses, ski runs and white water rafting offer seasonal sporting activities.
Offering unique Appalachian culture, John Denver's ballad adequately describes its state's country roads, dramatic scenery at every turn and the spectacular kaleidoscope of colour in the Autumn. It is a state which is 80% forested, with 7 state forests, 36 state parks and 200,000 acres of protected woodland parks interlaced by 2,000 miles of rivers and streams. Accommodation ranges from log cabins, motels, guest houses to the historical Greenbrier Resort, favoured by Presidents.
West Virginia boasts seven wonders of the natural world, from beaches, waterfalls, high plains plateau to river and mountain trails, rock formations and gorges. There are several lake beaches offering swimming and boating in lush green settings. The 2,700-acre Summersville Lake and 1,500-acre Sutton Lake are great for mountain biking and hiking trails. Walkers can follow the Gentle Trail at Blackwater Falls State Park for a great view of the state's largest waterfall at 63-feet and one of its most photographed spots. Named for its amber-coloured water, the falls spill into the Blackwater Canyon and great for hiking and biking.
The New River Gorge is the perfect landscape for rafting, rock climbing, hiking and mountain biking along one of the world's oldest and scenic white water rivers. The second-tallest bridge, the New River Gorge Bridge is close by. A visit here can be elevated by taking a walk on this 876-foot-highNew River Gorge Bridge catwalk for stunning views of the gorge from one of the top ten steel structures in the world.
Dolly Sods is a 4,000-foot high plains plateau in the Monongahela National Forest. Here blueberries and huckleberries can be picked and where mountain laurel and other flora bloom. Hike or ride horses along the trails near West Virginia's highest point, Spruce Knob. From its observation tower at 4,863feet, there are great views.
Walk the moderate Seneca Rocks Trail up to the summit for amazing scenery atop the 900foot rock formation overlooking the confluence of Seneca Creek and the North Fork South Branch Potomac River. The Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area offers world-class climbing, mountain biking and hiking. Or for a more relaxed pass-time, there's fishing for bass or trout at one of the state's many fishing hot spots: Williams River, Cranberry River, Cherry River, Cheat River, Birch River and Beech Fork Lake.
West Virginia is convenient to reach from Washington Dulles Airport, being just over one hour's drive to its eastern panhandle where Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is located, the heart of civil war history in this state, when back in1863, West Virginia became the 35th State in the Union, the only state born out of the Civil War and today celebrates its culture, beauty and independence.
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Community Information: Weaverville, NC
What three words would you use to describe the charming town of Weaverville, NC? A local business manager gives her answer.
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Three words that come to mind. One of them is “Mayberry”, because it’s sort of like that small town feel, kids and young people, old people walking down the street. There’s like holiday parades and candlelight strolls, and it just feels really cute. I think “eclectic” too, just because there are the old timers who have been here a long time. This area is attracting new people all the time, and so it’s really sort of becoming a little melting pot of lots of great, wonderful people of all walks of life—artists, professionals, families, it’s really kind of everyone.
Then maybe just like, not one word but like, small little mountain town—super cute. Main Street has this very small town feel. It’s not very big. There’s tons of great restaurants and cafes and bakeries, little small town florists, cool art galleries, Mangum Pottery is here on Main Street. It's wonderful to walk around Lake Louise, play with the kids in the park, so there’s tons of fun things to do.
Not only do you have the small, quaint, beautiful little Main Street in small town of Weaverville, but then you have the whole surrounding areas. Reems Creek, for example, which is a great farming community, the Blue Ridge Parkway is just minutes away, there’s lots of beautiful, beautiful really country around here. You can drive 10 minutes away and you can be in the country.
Weaverville is just about 10 minutes north of Asheville, so very, very close to that city kind of feel, two hours from the big city of Charlotte. Then if you’re heading sort of north, Madison County is right there, Hot Springs Spa, all these beautiful little mountain oases with lots of really, really rural areas and beautiful countryside and farms. It definitely is a little slice of paradise in the mountains, that’s for sure.
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North Carolina Baseball Museum
Fleming Stadium in Wilson hosts the NC Baseball Museum, a must-see for lovers of baseball.
Mountain Laurel Lodge - Blue Ridge Mountain Rentals
Mountain Laurel Lodge, a beautiful log cabin overlooking the picturesque Willow Valley, is filled with custom touches and is the ideal family mountain getaway!
The main level has an open concept living space and features a well appointed eat-in kitchen with gas stove, stainless steel KitchenAid brand appliances, and granite countertops. The extended length dining table includes 6 chairs and has plenty of room to pull up 2-4 Windsor chairs to accommodate 10. There is even room for 2 more at the counter bar! The living room features a floor to ceiling stone fireplace with gas logs, a 37 HDTV, and comfortable brushed denim seating and rustic furnishings. The ceiling extends into a cathedral peak and beautiful laurel branches intertwine and climb along the stairwell to the loft above, providing a unique mountain touch. Two bedrooms with a full bathroom between are off the main level. One bedroom has a King bed, and the other has two extended-length twin beds.
Upstairs, the large open loft includes a comfortable washed denim sofa with chaise sectional, a lounger and ottoman, window reading nook, antique card/puzzle table, and 40 HDTV with DVD player as well as a sleeping nook with two additional extended-length twin beds. A third bedroom with a King bed and full bathroom are off the loft.
The lower level large mudroom allows direct entry from the ground level, and leads into the recreation room where you can enjoy the regulation newly restored pool table and 48 HDTV. This level also includes a set of bunk beds as well as a half bath with laundry, and access to the single-car garage.
Besides offering many great features indoors, Mountain Laurel Lodge offers outdoor experiences too! Step out onto the lower deck and soak away your cares in the brand new 4-person hot tub or relax in the large hammock, both overlooking the year-round mountain views. Or, enjoy roasting marshmallows at the fire pit just beyond the drive. Rustic laurel benches add to the ambience! Also, early risers, be sure to experience the beautiful sunrise over Willow Valley while rocking on the main level covered deck, or relax in the porch swing with a good book. Don't forget to enjoy outdoor dining and the large gas grill.
Plenty of space, comfort and privacy abound in and around this cabin, located in Vilas, next to Valle Crusis and less than 10 minutes to Boone dining, shopping and Appalachian State University. Mountain Laurel Lodge is minutes away from Main Street Blowing Rock, Tweetsie Railroad, the Blue Ridge Parkway, outlet shops, Ski Beech, Sugar Mountain Ski Resort, Hawksnest Resort, Grandfather Mountain, Linville Falls and Caverns, and every other High Country attraction just a short drive away. Come and enjoy the beautiful Mountain Laurel Lodge today! Please note the cabin has more than 10 stairs to enter the main level. Visit us at:
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